The Grain Road is an amazing scenic road that connects Haslingden to Blackburn in Lancashire. In summer months you feel you are on top of the world passing high over the moorland but in winter there is often low cloud. This picture was taken in low cloud conditions it had the benefit of filtering out the harsh sun to create a warm golden light.
Portrait taken at Ramsbottom during Bury World War Weekend that take’s place every Whit Weekend.
Traditional Glass Engraving the old fashioned way by hand, photograph was taken at the Black Country Museum – glad to see the old trades still being preserved.
Whilst walking in Chesham woods this morning I came across little Miss Red Riding Hood enjoying the snow.
Snowfall at Chesham Woods in Bury
The horses tack is carefully removed, cleaned and hung up for the following days ride. Victorian Stables National Trust
Waiting for the last steam train of day on the East Lancashire Railway. Rawtenstall Train Station in the Rossendale Valley.
Ancoats is a district of old Manchester that was once the weaving heart of the city, it was home to the immigrant Irish and Italian catholic’s who took Manchester into their heart and their communities flourished.
Today things are a little different, regeneration has taken over these now abandoned industrial mills and turned them into housing for the new generation of Mancunians.
The passing of old Ancoats to new Ancoats………………!
Documenting Manchester’s Urban regeneration.
Hidden on the outskirts of Manchester is Salford Lads Club, built in 1903 it has stood its test of time as one of the finest clubs for boys that is still going strong.
The Club was made famous by the Photograph of The Smiths taken by Stephen Wright in 1985 that was the idea of Morrissey
These days the Club is open to girls, boys and the wider community.